Captain America 4, Shang-Chi Reaction, Cruella 2, Hollywood's Top Star Salaries Revealed
This week on episode 97 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider offers a brief reaction to Marvel's Shang-Chi and weighs in on Captain America 4 starring Anthony Mackie, as well as Emma Stone's lucrative deal with Disney for Cruella 2.
Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Hollywood's top star salaries in both film and television, as recently revealed by Variety, plus Jennifer Lawrence's Sue Mengers movie at Apple, Mark Wahlberg's new Netflix comedy with Kevin Hart, Amazon's $100 million deal for Hotel Transylvania 4, David Yates' opioid movie for Sony, and Billy Eichner's love interest in Bros, as well as a double shot of exciting news about Scarlett Johansson.
Finally, Jeff reviews Don't Breathe 2, Neill Blomkamp's Demonic, Riz Ahmed's Mogul Mowgli, and John David Washington's new Netflix movie Beckett as well as the trailers for Small Engine Repair, Marvel's Eternals, and the AMC series 61st Street before taking a handful of mailbag questions, including one about Dwayne Johnson's compensation package for Jungle Cruise and another about the very different box office coverage granted to The Suicide Squad and Free Guy.
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This week on episode 96 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on The Suicide Squad's disappointing box office haul and WB's commitment to a 45-day theatrical window next year, as well as the latest delay of Venom 2 and Gina Carano's new revenge...
This week on episode 95 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider reviews James Gunn's latest comic book movie The Suicide Squad before chronicling the fallout from Scarlett Johansson's ongoing feud with Disney and lamenting Mike Richards' decision to hire himself as the...